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Hale railway station

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Place  Hale
Station code  HAL
DfT category  E
Number of platforms  2
Grid reference  SJ769869
Managed by  Northern
2011/12  140,726
Local authority  Trafford
Hale railway station
Address  Hale, Altrincham WA14 2UZ, United Kingdom
Pte  Transport for Greater Manchester
Similar  Navigation Road station, Fairfield railway station, Trafford Park railway st, Bredbury railway station, Bramhall railway station

Hale railway station

Hale railway station serves the area of Hale in the south of Altrincham, Greater Manchester, England. It is located on Ashley Road. It is on the route from Chester to Manchester Piccadilly, the Mid-Cheshire Line, (8miles) south west of Manchester Piccadilly.



The station was opened as Peel Causeway by the Cheshire Midland Railway (CMR) on 12 May 1862 when the railway opened from Altrincham to Knutsford. The CMR was amalgamated into the Cheshire Lines Committee (CLC) on 15 August 1867. The station became Peel Causeway for Hale on 1 January 1899, and on 1 January 1902 it was renamed Hale. The station was served by passenger trains from Manchester Central to Northwich and Chester Northgate. The CLC remained as an independent entity until the creation of British Railways (BR) on 1 January 1948, when BR took over operation of the station and the line.


Monday to Saturday there is generally an hourly service from Hale via Stockport to Manchester Piccadilly eastbound (although some morning peak trains terminate at Stockport), and to Chester westbound.

Sundays see a two-hourly service to Chester and Southport via Manchester Piccadilly and Bolton. This is a significant improvement on the former Sunday provision of five trains each way between Chester and Altrincham only.


Hale railway station Wikipedia

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